Thomas Muller says there is "no B-Team at Bayern Munich" as he and his team-mates are of the same quality.
Jupp Heynckes' men recorded a 2-0 victory over Stuttgart on Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Arena, and after scoring the second goal of the game, the Germany international was content with a positive afternoon's work.
"There is no B-Team at Bayern Munich," he told Bundesliga.de.
"We played to nil again, and that's all that matters. Despite having played very passionate football, Stuttgart weren't able to exploit our defence."
He then acknowledged the need for his side to improve going forward, but also explained that the Bavarians will simply be unable to win every game by a significant scoreline.
He added: "You can't always expect us to trash our opponents. In the offense, for example, we clearly could do some more harm.
"Of course I know how many goals I scored myself and it looks pretty good at the moment. I know where to find the net - and what I have to do in these kinds of situations [having a chance to score].
"[Against Stuttgart], Mario Mandzukic provided a nice cross, we had eye contact before and everything came together nicely. A beautiful goal and three points. Altogether, a perfect match-day."
Bayern currently top the Bundesliga table with a comfortable 11-point cushion over second-placed Bayer Leverkusen.